Thailand history cruise trip - 04 days




Our guide will meet you at 1pm followed by a short transfer to the pier where the Mekhala is waiting to welcome you.

Our cruise starts at 2.30pm along the Chaophaya River from where you will have spectacular views of the Grand Palace and Temple of Dawn. Just after sunset, Mekhala will dock at a tranquil rural village where Wat Kai Tia is located. Your candlelight-dinner is served on board. Overnight on board of Mekhala in Pathum Thani.


For early risers, alms giving will honor the monks of Wai Kai Tia. This procedure is extremely important for Buddhism in Southeast Asian countries- our staff will help with food preparation.  

Continue cruising upstream while your breakfast is served on board. Check-out of the Mekhala, our journey is followed by a pleasant drive to Bang Pa-In, a former royal palace that nowadays serves as a summer residence of the king. Ayuthaya, the last capital of Bangkok, destroyed in 1767 by the Burmese army, is our next destination. Here you can visit the most important temples, including Wat Phanan Choen, Wat Yai Mongkol and Wat Rachaburana. Further towards the city center, we will visit an old Khmer-temple, Wat prang Sam Yoth and an old former kingspalace of king Narai, both in the city of Lopburi.

Set another night at Lopburi Inn Resort


10 km east of the town of Nakorn Sawan, Bungboraphet is a huge swamp area where we will use a small boat to discover plants and birds amongst the wetlands. Continue driving through the rice plains up to Phitsanoloke and a visit to Wat Mahatat, where believers from all over Thailand come to worship the Buddha image inside the Wat Mahatat.

Our last stop today is Sukothai which was the first capital of the former Kingdom of Siam in the 13th-14th centuries. During the visit of this huge park area, you may walk or you may use bicycles.

Overnight at the hotel in Sukothai.


Through the mountains to Lampang, where you will visit a typical northern-style temple, Wat Phrathat Lampang Luang, built mostly with teakwood. After another 20 km you will reach Tungvien market. Have a walk through the market where the people from the nearby mountain-villages sell various exotic animals, vegetables and other things. The last stop will be at Wat Haripunchai - one of the oldest temples of Thailand.  Arrive in Chiang Mai in the late afternoon after a 4 day exploration of the birthplace of Thai civilization and modernization.


Whether you are looking for a cultural holiday, luxury vacation, beach break, trekking and adventure tour,family
trip or a combination of all those elements, Vietnam has it all!

  • Too many islands, too little time! Thailand has a lot more than its fair share of beautiful slices of paradise and for a first time visitor, we have a great combination on offer from the rarely visited Koh Mook and tranquil Koh Kradan to stunning Koh Phi Phi and the hidden gems of Phuket.

  • 8 days to explore the most highlighted of Thailand: exotic Bangkok: sightseeing, shopping; visiting Bang Pa-In, a former royal palace then cruising to Ayutthaya; taking a tour to Sukhothai and Lampang and discovering peaceful and pretty Chiang Mai

  • Unbeatable chances to discover the natural Northern areas of Thailand: Main attractions in Ayutthaya and Lopburi; Famous temples in Sukhothai; Chiang Rai and Golden Triangle Chiang Mai